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. >> reporter: as "the washington post" wrote on election day 2005, the president's advisers last week opted to rearrange yesterday's return, to include a stop in the virginia capital in the hope of helping kilgore pull out a victory. it would offer a well-timed vindication of bush's clout. if kilgore wins, the president's political heart keeps beating. >> ladies and gentlemen, theth president of the united states, george w. bush. >> i appreciate you coming out here to the airport. we were just flying in from latin america. when you find a man who's got this kind of character, it makes sense to stop short of the destination and come in and say to the people in this state, put him in office and he'll be proud of the job he'll do for you. >> but in the end, kilgore was trounced. >> this showed that the president's policies in red states are drawing extreme concern. >> republicans eyeing next year's midterm elections are nervous. unlike 2002, when the president was a top draw for congressional candidates, now mr. bush's troubles have left republicans looking for distance. >> reporter: and repub
. do the job elected officials do, could have done more or failed the people of new jersey. we'll share the results later in the show. we'll be right back. >>> hi there. it's a big day here at msnbc. we launched our new website today, one of the tools you can make your own poll. here's one we created. it starts with a, quote, i'm concerned about the fact that there seems to be a war on the -- which cable news personality said this? if you selected mother, you would be right because it was this guy. >> i'm john casey, in tonight for bill o'reilly who's on vacation and i want to thank you for watching us. >> yes, before he was a republican governor of ohio john casey was a hoers over at fox news. so it raised quite a few eyebrows when he said, i'm concerned about the fact that there seems to be a war on the poor, that if you're poor you're somehow shiftless or crazy. just take a few seconds to remember why you know the name john casey, because he enraged working ohioans in 2011 by pushing through a restrictive collective bargaining law. he pushed ahead with his agenda anyway, passing a bu
. >> the way we're going to stop obama care, it's going to come from the american people. >> when we elect me president of the united states, we're going to get rid of obama care. >> memories. we're going to get rid of obama care. how'd that work out? just like it was going to be his waterloo. need more proof the anti-obama crusade is hurting the party? look at the great state of virginia. a test case for far right conservatives. ken cuccinelli, the republican candidate for governor, and since the shutdown he's sinking down 11 points in the polls this summer. but today his big response was to call in tea party senator rand paul who voted for the shutdown. see the pattern? their answer to rejection is to go even farther to the right. how's that for a winning strategy? let's put the fire out with more gas. good luck, republicans. joining me now is congressman john yarmouth, democrat from kentucky, and joan walsh from thank you both for being on the show. congressman, after romney lost the election, the gop swore it was rebranding. but now we have ted cruz in iowa continuing with this
now of you trying to dismantle the election? >> there is no way to fix this monstrosity. >> how do you know how many people have enrolled. >> this is an incredibly bad rollout. >> you didn't read the law as nancy pelosi said you should. >> it's not just health that's glitching, the entire enterprise of obama care is doomed to failure. >> this law itself is born from an architecture that's just not workable. >> the foundation he's talking about is the system of health care exchanges. >> you leave medicare as is, or you can have federal subsidies so you can go out and buy your own. >> in the medical exchange. you have coverage options within medicare, you get to pick among these plans, they have to meet at least medicare's criteria. >> the ryan plan uses federally run exchanges just like obama care. >> it transforms medicare into a plan that's very similar to the president's own health care bill. >> obama care takes everyone in the individual market and puts them on regulated government run insurance exchange, one step closer to singer payer, but not there. the ryan plan takes s
in the open. the federal elections commission would have records of how much money super pacs and corporations spend on political campaigns. the big-money corporate interests, ooh, we don't want anything to do with this. hell no. democrats support the bill. they're in support of the bill. as a way to bring transparency to the political funding for republicans, this is all about keeping citizens united alive, and, of course, the money in the dark, in the closet, nobody knows where it's dom p coming from and we'll trash anybody we want. they want to keep the unlimited funds going to attack obama care. and wants them, of course, hidden out of the public eye. cruz is blocking the fcc chairman. this is all about republicans controlling the airwaves in the message. and senator cruz wants tom wheeler to give guarantees that nothing is going to change. and he is a senator with a power that will block this guy, and, of course, we're going to go into 2014 without the fcc, no deals are going to get approved. ironically, it's going hurt a lot of right wing companies, but, of course, ted cruz doesn't care.
loses an election over a vote to cut s.n.a., things will change. >> a vote to cut s.n.a.p. in gerrymandered districts were our political system is starting to get rigged. >> you showed the hypocrisy. $3.2 million from the same farm bill that includes nutrition programs. so he wants to cut nutrition programs but yet still wants farm subsidy money for his family. $3.2 million. that's hypocrisy. when people see the hypocrisy, that's when they vote them out. >> tom colicchio, great to meet you and have you on the program mind wife and i have admired your work for a long time. thanks. i appreciate it. thanks for the work you do. you're a guy who's had so much success. you could go home and eat dinner and not worry about this stuff. >> sure. >> you have taken it upon yourself to be active in this community and nationally. i commend you for it. >> thank you. >> i appreciate it very much. remember to answer tonight's question there at the bottom of the screen. share your thoughts on twitter @edshow and facebook. won't to know what you think. >>> coming up, michele bachmann's
it or not in the midterm election. >> far from giving up, the gop is gearing up. texas' senator ted crews spent the weekend hunting game and those in iowa over the first presidential caucuses. >> an administration that seems bent on violating every constitutional protection that we have in the bill of rights. >> also featured republicans vying the white house and slamming obamacare symptomatic of a liberal in tmz. both sides are playing referendum politics across the country right now in buying of u.s. presidential campaigns for the next three years. virginia votes in seven days. lou: thank you. more on the race for the governorship in virginia. he will be talking with republican candidates virginia attorney general can digitally here ledger on the broadcast. we're coming right back. on wall street, stocks finishing flat ahead of the 2-day federal reserve meeting. the dow lost one point, began to closing in a new record high. the nasdaq down three. apple's shares down in after-hours trading following a decline in fourth quarter earnings. we are coming right back. ♪ >> the first eyewitness tells a sto
elections both in the house, and senate? no. not really. at all. i think that is wishful thinking on her part, as soon as the government shut down goes away, next thing, which is going -- now, is obamacare, obamacare web site, the irs is implementing the penalties and what that is going to be. and to determine people have insurance, there is more coming down that will be on their heads. neil: you could argue though, there is logic to nancy pelosi was saying in terms of already the party challenges to those republican congressmen and women, who either went along with this, they would -- they would potentially hand a safe republican seat to a democrat, happened before, you need that in some big numbers, 717 or 18 to get you there but it is possible. >> it is possible. when we sat down with nancy pelosi, she was very happy, she was saying, that for first time, they will pick up seats, not as far as a joe namath-like predict. but she is bullish, it helped democrat recruiting and fundraising, the story is now obamacare, which is a problem for democrats. in november 2014, talking about shut do
election. ken cuccinelli is getting a little help on the trail right now in fairfax from rand paul, because those are the people he needs. the latest poll has mccalliffe ahead by six points. >> visitors are able to check out the island that welcomed millions of immigrant to this country that was completely submerged when sandy churned through the harbor and without power for months. more than a million historical items are restored. >>> the state legislature begins a special session on the issue in just about an hour. advocates on both sides gathered outside the state capitol. in lawmakers pass the bill, hawaii would join 13 states in allowing gay marriage. >>> the sox took the lead in the top of the sixth thanks to the three-run homer, a touching moment when they held up plac d placards for stand up to cancer, with the names of those affected by the disease. game five is tonight and that is your news cycle. in the guest spot, we're supposed to trust the supreme court more than the political branches of government because it's supposed to pursue justice not politics. what if the court is i
at elections next year. they are concerned about it. they are concerned about the success of this program depends on how many people, young people who are not in ill health enrolls. to the extent this website are masking other issues like sticker shock, to some extent the administration should be happy that people are focusing on the website. >> isn't that the story, we don't know the markets may adjust six months from now. but that really is a bigger challenge than a website launch, right? >> i think people feel they are out of pocket for this new reform that was promoted to them they will be unhappy and angry. whether the benefits that ordinary folks feel in terms of having protection, being able to change jobs without worrying so much, whether those out weigh sticker shock problems we'll have to say. you worry sometimes that the country wasn't ready politically or technologically for the breadth of what the administration tried to do. >> coming up on "morning joe," former vice president dick cheney will be here on the set plus politico strategist david axelrod, senator tom coburn and d
mid-term elections, i don't think there's any question that the health care story is a bigger story. because it affects more americans, more directly, it hits them where they live. it affects their livelihoods, the amount of money they pay, their pocketbook finances and more of a kitchen table issue, for most people than the spying one as important as the latter one is. and i agree with you the intent of the affordable care act in this part of it was to not only keep individuals from gaining the system but keep insurance companies and health care providers by offering cheap plans that didn't offer any insurance protection at all, that you could get kicked off of at a moment's notice, that didn't protect you from kas strofic injury, that had -- wouldn't let you have a preexisting condition that would have rigorous caps on spending by the insurance company. i've been talking to white house officials about this and they acknowledge, they will say privately, that they were kind of simplistic at times in what the president was saying, no doubt about that. because the truth is in order to
will win this election because the people and values of texas are on our side. we know the power of the individual, what liberty means to the voters who go to the poles. >> wendy davis wants to turn texas into california. >> god bless her. >> california just expanded access to safe abortion by increasing the number of people that could provide it. california would be a much safer place for women to be compared to texas. i do want to temper the optimism. not all the provisions were challenged. there is still the 20 week abortion ban which were not challenged. so the supreme court has said that you can't put an undue limitation on women but there are still so many loopholes. >> i read what the judge did on the medication abortions. it seemed to me that he re-opened some possibility for the physician's discretion in how to handle that. >> yes. i mean, i have to agree with crystal. we are disappointed with that portion of this ruling. but on balance, this ruling is still a victory for texas women. >> this is snot the only state and the obviously where this is going on it is not the o
that chris christie helped mitt romney lucido election. i think that is a bit overstated. but he did prove that a prominent republican can build a prominent democrat and get a lot done. as critics say, not much was done. that is the template that olympia snowe wants to see more of. from both parties. she is coming up next. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. at bny mellon, our business is investments. managing them, moving them, making them work. we oversee 20% of the world's financial assets. and that gives us scale and insight no one else has. investment management combined with investment servicing. bringing the power of investments to people's lives. invested in the world. bny mellon. >> we have worked incredibly closely and i think that this is one of our best conversations on that and it has been a great working relationship. neil: chris christie got throttled by a lot o
and john heilemann. they searched whether the former first lady could boost the president's re-election chances. here is jonathan martin last night on ac 360. >> campaigns don't spend the kind of money on polling and focus groups unless they are seriously exploring something. it was only known by a half dozen of the top obama senior advisers. >> martin says vice president biden didn't eaven know the president's top advisers were considering replacing him. another revelation mitt romney considered chris christie as his vice president candidate before deciding on paul iran. >>> a big i told you so with more americans dropped by their insurance carriers because of obama care. republicans have been quick to point out they predicted this exact scenario back in 2010 even before that when the president was making a lot of promises that so far have not panned out. chief congressional correspondent dana bash has more. >> the gentleman from ohio, mr. boehner. >> reporter: march 2010 then minority leader john boehner came to the floor. he issued this warning. >> look at this bill! ask yourself do
. why should she be elected and senator mike enzi be defeated in the primary? >> well, there are several reasons. first of all, obviously i'm a big supporter of my daughter's. i really believe the republican party is in trouble. we've lost the last two presidential elections, and we badly need, i think, to bring along a new generation of talent, leaders, recruit new folks into the party. i think liz does exactly that. mom with five kids, university of chicago, two tours in the state department, bright, capable, talented and so she's offered herself as a candidate in wyoming. mike's not a bad guy. he's had three terms in the u.s. senate. in the hundred year history since we have been electing senators directly in this country, there's only been one time when the wyoming senator had more than three terms. it's always sort of been the norm, the limit. mike told a lot of people he wasn't going to run, but then he decided he was going to run. but there's going to be a primary. nothing wrong with that. i had to run in a primary when i ran the first time around. >> that's when you had the first
missed. they were supposed to lose their medicare advantage right before the election. what did the administration do? they took $8 billion as part of project demonstrations and put them in medicare advantage to just clog that hole so that that story didn't get out before the election. now all these seniors are losing their medical advantage, and medicare advantage, and the white house knew about it and lied on all three fronts. >> bob? you're scowling. do you have a report? >> there are's 311 million people in this country. less than 15 million may see their insurance changed. that have 10 million normally get it changed. for 20 years in a rote insurance company has increased fees before obama was even known. i'll shown you a little graph of insurance companies, what their stock was when obama took them on in 2007 and now what they are today, they are soaring. the insurance companies are making a fortune. >> wait. hold on. >> the profit margins are slim, bob, and you know it. >> it's now regulated under obama care. >> here's -- here's the other thing. you're comparing the stock
piece of his law. president obama despite the fact in the election he was opposed to the mandate recognized it was a system that had worked well in massachusetts with us covering two-thirds of uninsured citizens. he changed his views, dwopted the mandate. once he put his name to it, suddenly t suddenly they disliked it. when governor romney signed this law, on the stage with him was a speaker from the heritage foundation talking about what a victory it is. now it's the devil's work. now it's just ugly partisan politics. >> let me start with this question. among the president's problems are that he again and again said if you have an insurance policy and most people thought they had a good insurance policy thought they could be left alone. they bought that on their own. now they're being told by their insurance companies that those policies aren't going to exist anymore. what do you think was wrong if you didn't think anything was wrong and the way the president said you'd be left alone with no paperwork if you had a good policy. >> chris, the president probably should have made a
a secret government in the shadows of government that the president of the united states and elected official doesn't know about. >> so we are feeding from the south of france. hear groaning. so, mika, thank you so much for showing up and you just pop right in. god knows we need somebody defending me this morning given all the things going on. >> okay. couple of things. stwargt the bush administration so i guess you could ask if president bush knew too and put those questions to him as well. >> what started in the bush administration. >> this monitoring of phone calls. >> of foreign leaders. >> if i may -- oh, wait dew point me to talk. i can go back to the south of france. >> i want you to educate what report suggests that george w. bush tapped the phones of world leaders? >> when did this start? >> four or five years ago. >> 2002. >> 2002. >> the tapping of foreign leaders. >> yes. so you have to apply the same questions to president bush, first of all, whether they do or do not know. i think barnacle brought up the biggest point and that is the nsa overreaching in its power, is t
advance a little, that chris christie might look good in a national election he could get past the republican nomination? they got that giving the government could never get nominated. do you buy that? >> hopefully that will change. >> we need people that are willing to look at the issues and examine the facts and develop solutions and work with people across the aisle. and if you don't have a vote coming up to vote with people on both sides and that is a responsibility with an elective office and i can tell you that in speaking to so many audiences, both in college campuses and other places, they are nursing for that type of leadership and they want practical government. it is changing our ability to solve major problems. neil: given your philosophy, because you are very independent thinking, and i would imagine you look ill upon ted cruz and others who all but force a government shutdown? >> absolutely. it was not an achievable strategy. neil: you do not buy their point that they made a statement and that that was a powerful statement, you just figure and that they are wastin
better. those in the poll say they will vote independent in the 2014 elections compared to thele 28% who say they will vote republican. nicole. >> nicole, let's digest things here. president's ratings at an all time low. the republican party's approval ratings at an all time low in the nbc news "wall street journal" poll. i don't see things getting better for either side coming out of the government shutdown and any republicans thinking they are getting a boost by the president's problems can look at these polls and others and see it's just not enough to be against their guy, republicans have to come up with their own ideas. >> that's right. if you look at these numbers -- we keep talking about arriving at some sort of floor for republicans, and what's so stunning is that the bottom keeps getting lower and lower and i think -- i heard mike barn cal say something during way too early the world series has been a wonderful respite from all the ugliness in washington. i think that's true. what republicans have to take from this and joe you talked about this a lot, bush has talked about this,
there are certain folks in the republican party have no grasp of reality in terms of why they lose elections. this is why they lose elections. >> listen, both parties are alienating voters and i know this is not, these is not ted cruz's words. this is not his father. he's not a public figure, an elected official. whatever role this is, amy holmes, i want to ask you, does this hurt the tea party? >> i think that it serves to hurt those who advocate for conservative and free market principals when it gets into the free-market attacks. i agree with chris on that basis. it turns off the voters and drives down voter turnout during elections when the attacks get nasty like this. in terms of, you know, the go back to kenya remark, i disagree with that. i believe president obama was born in america, an american. i have seen the documentation. as far as, you know, charging him with not being a christian. i believe president obalm aulm at his word that he is a christian. this becomes a distraction. >> i have to jump in, i have to jump in. why are so many people still fixated on the president and the c
a lot to do with a youtube video of the why was that? because there was election month later. bill: will show the youtube video was fabricated? what about the demonstration reported at one point? >> they will say from the very beginning it was a coordinated, well-executed, well-planned attack of terrorists on the american consulate in benghazi. bill: graham will not give this up. kelly ayote will not give up either. do you think they eventually get to them? >> i think what happens, the people, career civil servants, tell bense officers, soldiers who were there at the time, the special-ops guys, they will eventually come forward and say the truth. why? because they have saw their friend and colleagues die and they are still angry because nobody came to rescue them and they're still angry because, even at this date a year later nobody has gone after the terrorists. bill: 14 months later in fact. there is another report out of washington that two special operations forces had arrived in benghazi in time, and actually engaged in this terrorist hit. what do you think about that? >> i th
let it sink of its own weight. >> that's going to happen. >> and wait, there is a mid-term election in 2014 and this should bring out people in droves. let the people decide. that's fine. let the people decide ask that's what's going to happen. >> itself the way i wanted to. i don't want to let anybody off the hook. >> people know. people should know, we tried to prevent this from happening in the first place by fighting the law in 2010. then we tried to give people relief from this law in 20 thrown. that was rejected. so now we are living with this law and then we owe the american people an alternative about here's what you do if we win elections, we want to win an election by acclimation we want to win by saying this is not working for our country, this is not working for you, and there are better ways in keeping with our country's principles. >> that puts you in charge of your future. not some bour krat in washington. >> congressman ryan had some important things to say, amidst all my pestering questions, he assured everybody in that room, there will be no new taxes and the budge
and february. and probably one more round, again, before we get to the next election. so there's a long ways to go, but, you know, i think obama, you know, i don't like to get too caught up in any given poll, but this is a pretty big drop for him. and it shows his unfavorable number going up pretty high, and i think there's just been a round of things that haven't played his thing. even like the syria thing. today we have the news that they're actually getting to the destruction of chemical weapons in syria. some of the equipment. >> it's incredible. >> seems like a win, but yet that whole episode didn't really work out for him politically. in a scandal. the obama care stuff. he's taking on a lot of weight right now politically. >> okay. joy, far from learning their lesson, today the senate gop used filibuster rules to block two of the president's nominees. one on housing, and the other appeals court judge nominee patricia millert, a woman even ted cruz has cited for her, i'm quoting mr. cruz, fine professional credentials. so i guess no matter the president nominated her, that's it, she's n
the time the conclave took place to elect pope francis, but the pope's spokesperson said she's not concerned about it. >>> the justice department is reporting that the company that had the background check didn't have quality control reviews. they are huge in the background check industry taking in 195 million in government payments just last year. >>> and the three musketeers. up next we'll talk to the first republican in the house to sign up to the democratic immigration reform bill. so far, two other republicans have joined him and can he convince more to get onboard? [ fishing rod casting line, marching band playing ] [ male announcer ] the rhythm of life. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. [ m'm... ] great taste. [ tapping ] sounds good. campbell's healthy request. m'm! m'm! good.® thood thing, but it doesn't cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, ins
or president, but we had an election a couple years ago, because in part he perpetrated this myth. he was reelected. lou: and speaking of this administration responding, in peculiar ways, the administrators at centers for medicare and medicaid service telling congress and the u.s. to go to hell today, not responding to how many people have been enrolled under health, we have no idea, because this administration has ordered this president has ordered agency heads and divisions of those agencies and departments to stonewall the congress of the united states. >> yeah, lou, amazing coming from someone who promised to be the most transparent administration, you have "fast and furious," and benghazi, and the nsa, and internal revenue service and now obamacare. committees of congress and equal branch of government, that has a constitutional responsibility to provide oversight cannot get what ought to be available, which is how many people have enrolled. lou: absolutely, conforming to the administration's method of operation. it is clear whether any one of the scandals you ment
with the federal election commission, judicial watch said they obtained e-mails from lerner that shows she disclosed information from several conservative groups including the american future fund, and the american issues project. lerner retired from the irs last month. but congressional investigations are ongoing. >> on wall street today stocks moved low edow down 73, nazdaq down 7, and nazdaq down 11. >> stocks posted strong gains for october, dow up 3% in october, s&p you of 4 1/2%, and nazdaq a gain of nearly 4%. on economic front, jobless claims fell by 10,000 last week. we're coming right back with much more. stay with us. >> out of touch perhaps but real out of the loop too? the president's accolade shield him from scandal from benghazi to the obamacare, the obama defense remains the same, he just doesn't know. congressman brad win drop with us next. as a business owner, i'm constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here.
? ever? >> well, this is the point. when we talk about winning elections. and the-- i understand all of the i am p poe-- impetus to stop the policies, but the only thing the way it will be stopped by republicans is by winning elections. recall, when one party has all the real estate in washington d.c., they can do an awful lot. obamacare went through when the democrats had both houses of congress and the white house, if they have that again, this could turn from obamacare into single payer pretty quickly. >> okay. dually noted. arthur brooks, thank you for joining us, much appreciated. >> thanks, stuart. check the big boards, we add consumer confidence numbers out, a lower reading than expected and we come down a little on the dow. well, we were up 50 of 60 and now we're up 35, 36. charles, that's not a big impact from consumer confidence. charles: that's not a big impact. and the consumer confidence numbers out of sync for a while. stuart: i'm sorry to jump in. but what does it tell you about the economy going forward? if consumer confidence is declining now? >> the about and real n
election? >> we are as far away from that is possible and i think the rollout has been disastrous and kathleen sebelius took responsibility for that today, saying that it has been a debacle. but the question is how does that impact voters and you take a state like new jersey and you heard a congressman say that there's 800,000 people who will be negatively impacted with policy changes in the look out at california and there is a larger number there because that was a highly unregulated insurance market. >> hundreds of thousands by each provider. cancellations and you're hearing about. >> if you look at new jersey and california, they are both blue states. it's not likely to have a big shift in terms of the senate race and certainly not when you get to 2016 in the presidential race. but if this thing implodes and then becomes a matter of blame game on a massive scale than we what we are seeing now, then there is a potential for fallout and right now you have to say that it doesn't look like it. if you get to a state like florida, they could have some complaints. but right now polit
the public, let's not forget that governor kasich and others are up for re-election next year. so an awakened public may be something to consider when you hear what kasich is saying. let me ask you this. kasich talked about calling the poor lazy. just watch where republicans get this idea. >> look at poverty in this country. everybody out of work is eating. they've got big screen tv, probably have a car, probably have a cell phone. >> is america becoming a welfare state? the answer is yes. >> i got news for you. in other countries, they're not washing their clothes and sitting in air conditioning watching a big screen tv. they're dying. that is a poor. >> the thing we've got to deal with more than anything else in the country is deal with the mind-set of entitlement. >> -- encouraging parasites to come out and take as much as they can with no remorse and this is how our country declines. this is how we become a weak nation. >> i mean, this ugly venomous portrayal of poor people, the most vulnerable in society, they set up this climate. it's despicable because to say you've got to be dying to
, the election is over. >> i can't wait for jon stewart and colbert to do a fact check segment. i disagree with glen. he calls a bicycle a car. i think a bicycle is a bicycle. i don't think this is a health care plan these people have. on top of that only 17% were renewed before the affordable care act. >> you can rationalize all you want but you can't keep your plan. remember, the president said you will save $2500 per family per year. that's not true either. >> a lot of families will save money. >> no, they are not. >> it will save the country money, too. >> b nobody thinks the country will save makeup. this isn't going to work. we'll expand medicare and medicaid. do you know who's hurt? the 12 to 14 million people in the middle who don't have health care. they are small business owners, not obama voters. people who voted for obama will be fine. i wonder what percentage of the 14 million voted for the president. >> is a congressional budget office part of everybody or they don't count? they say it will save money. they don't count? >> who thought they were going to keep their health insu
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